Saint Andrew's School

5.00 5 1 (3 reviews)
3900 Jog Road
Boca Raton, FL 33434
Tel: 561-210-2020
  • Saint Andrew's School, situated on an 81-acre campus five miles from the Atlantic Ocean, offers a traditional college-preparatory boarding school experience in South Florida.
  • The curriculum includes 46 Honors level courses, 24 Advanced Placement (AP)offerings, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.
  • In 2011, Saint Andrew`s School was awarded World Membership Status of the Round Square International Organization a group dedicated to promoting personal development, responsibility, environmental stewardship, and international understanding among students at member schools around the world.
  • Recent campus improvements include a center for the performing arts, science center, athletic complex, dance studio, track, and rock climbing wall.
  • Eighteen varsity-level sports, and recent state championships in soccer, tennis, swimming, golf, water polo, and lacrosse highlight the athletic program.
  • Saint Andrew's offers a family-like community that promotes student development in mind, body, and spirit.

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  • Swarthmore College
    St. Andrew's has a unique community atmosphere. Unlike other high-caliber high schools, students are not competitive with one another and look to each other for assistance and guidance; this includes interactions between seniors and freshman. . .
  • Vanderbilt University
    Saint Andrew's school is not just a stellar institution and a supportive facility of faculty and friendship. It is a home. I lived there for four years in the boarding program where I. . .
  • UNC-Chapel Hill
    There are so many wonderful characteristics of Saint Andrew's that I don't know where to begin. One of the strongest points that can be made about the school is the influence of the Honor. . .
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2016 School Data
Saint Andrew's Boarding School Avg.
School Focus College Prep College Preparatory
Grades Offered 9-12 9-12
School Type Co-ed Co-ed
Religious Affiliation Episcopal Non-denominational
Year Founded 1961 1910
Campus Size 82 acres 106 acres

Student Body

Enrollment 596 students 298 students
% Students of Color
% International Students
% Students Boarding
Average SAT Score 1840 * National Avg. »View
SAT range (25th-75th percentile) 1660 - 2010 -
Average ACT score 27 *National Avg. » View
Offers Post-Grad Year No No

Academics and Faculty

Saturday Classes No No
Classroom Dress Code Formal Casual
Average Class Size 13 students 12
*National School Avg. » 20
Teacher : Student Ratio 1:8 1:7
# of AP / Advanced Courses Offered 24 16
Number of IB Courses Offered 30 -
ESL Courses Offered Yes Yes
% Faculty with Advanced Degree
Summer Program Offered Yes Yes


Endowment Size $16 million $16 million
Yearly Tuition
(Boarding Students)
(1000 matriculation fee)
Yearly Tuition
(Day Students)
(1000 new student matriculation fee)
% Students on Financial Aid
Avg. Financial Aid Grant $21,000 $21,582
Merit Scholarships Offered Yes No


Application Deadline Feb. 1 / rolling Jan. 15
Accepts Standardized Application Yes No
SSAT Required Yes Yes
Average Percentile SSAT 65% -
Acceptance Rate
Director of AdmissionsPeter Kravchuk
Denise Redington
Associate Director of AdmissionsLesley Fisher

Course Listings

List of Courses Offered Link to List of Courses


# Interscholastic Sports Offered 18 14
SportsBaseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cheering, Cross Country, Dance, Diving, Football, Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Water Polo, Wrestling


Total Extracurricular Organizations 24 23
ExtracurricularsA Capella, Classics Society, Community Service Club, Fellowship of Christians at Universities and Schools (FOCUS), French Club, Harvard Model Congress, International Club, International Thespians, Jewish Forum, Key Club, Literary magazine, Model United Nations, Mu Alpha Theta-Math Honor Society, Musicale Event Club, Peer Counselors, Peer Tutoring - English, Prom Committee, Robotics Team, Round Square, Spanish Club, Spirit Boosters, STITCH, Student Government, TV/Video Production

College Matriculation

Year: 2001 - 2005 10 Most Popular College Choices  (# Enrolled)
University of Florida 61
Florida State University 24
George Washington University 20
University of Miami 19
Boston University 15
Emory University 14
New York University 14
Rollins College 12
Tulane University 9
University of Pennsylvania 9
Link to Matriculation Data

School Notes

  • Since 2003, over $20 million in new building construction and renovation projects have been completed, including the $6.5 million Andrews Hall - The Center for Performing Arts, $6.5 million Malnik Family Athletic Center and $3.2 million Schmidt Family Science Center, along with a new dance studio, track and rock climbing wall. Through the construction of our Moabery Early Years Learning Center, Saint Andrew's School became the first school in Florida and the sixth school nationally awarded the Gold level certification under the LEED for Schools Rating System by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
  • School accreditations: Florida Council of Independent Schools
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